Forsyth County Government is taking actions to practice social distancing in response to CDC recommendations on novel coronavirus (COVID-19). All county departments remain open to serve the public, but residents are encouraged to use the county’s online services or call to see if their needs can be met without coming to a county office.
The Department of Social Services office remains open with core staffing in place. Many service lines are implementing modifications to processes to allow the public to access information and services through alternative means.
Due to concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19 and in an attempt to increase social distancing, all pick-ups for Hall of Justice ID Badges will be suspended until further notice. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Beware of suspicious emails and other common ways cybercriminals can target you. Here's some tips to keep your devices and your private data safe from online phishing attacks.
Two Forsyth County residents have tested presumptively positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The two COVID-19 cases are related to travel and not attributed to community spread. Residents are urged to continue to take standard precautions like hand washing and staying home if you're sick.
Forsyth County Firefighters Association honored several county firefighters during its meeting on March 11.